|Golden Gate Orchestra - Where Have You Been - Golden Gate Orchestra|
The Golden Gate Orchestra performs "Where Have You Been" in this recording from December 30, 1930. From the original 78rpm disk.
Keywords: swing; dance band; 1930s; 78rpm
|Cause I Feel Low-Down - California Ramblers - Golden Gate Orchestra|
Cause I Feel Low-Down California Ramblers as Golden Gate Orchestra Edison (lateral cut) matrix N-340B 30. August 1928
Keywords: 78rpm; 1920s; jazz
|Golden Gate Orchestra - Collegiate 1925 - Golden Gate Orchestra|
GRINDING NOISES are removed however low original fidelity (250 to 2,500 cycles per second for acoustic) remains.
Keywords: 78rpm; big band; acoustic
|You Don't Like It - Not Much (Fox Trot) - Golden Gate Orchestra|
This is an early electric recording for the Edison Company by the Golden Gate Orchestra. Some of their earliest electrical recordings by Edison were made using RCA equipment!
Downloads: 1,602 (2 reviews)
|When The Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbing Along - Golden Gate Orchestra|
Here was another great song of the 1920's and here it is performed by one of the great orchestras of the roaring 20's.
|Charleston (Fox Trot) - Golden Gate Orchestra|
This was the song of the 1920's it was a dance, a song, an idea, and also for many in the 1920's a way of life. The song seems to move us to the days of speakeasy's and the wild ride that became the roaring 20's.
Downloads: 45,846 (7 reviews)